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SE boys 9th, Dull, Montgomery in contention after Day 1

COLUMBUS — Seneca East's boys had a bit of a rocky start in the Division III state tournament, but two area players are in contention for titles. The Tigers — making their first state appearance — ended the first day of their tournament tied for ninth, shooting a a 356 at Ohio State ...

SE wants to make mark in Columbus

Seneca East has had its best season ever on the golf course. The Tigers went unbeaten through the Northern 10 Athletic Conference and made it to the state tournament this weekend for the first time. But according to coach Brad Powers, the pressure is off. “With the scores we’ve had ...

Columbian looking to bounce back

Columbian will not finish the season unblemished. The Tornadoes have moved on after a 33-26 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division loss at Sandusky last Friday. According to coach Judd Lutz, TC (5-1, 0-1 SBC) is hungry to get back out on the field. It will have to be because the SBC Lake ...

Rombach is rolling as Calvert travels to Danbury for conference game

Calvert’s season hasn’t gone the way it had hoped, but a star is emerging in tailback Aaron Rombach. The Calvert tailback ran for more than 200 yards and four touchdowns in last week’s loss to Margaretta. For the season, Rombach is third in the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division ...

Rams’ Montgomery set for final HS tourney

UPPER SANDUSKY — It’s been two years since Brett Montgomery played at the NorthStar Golf Club in Sunbury. That was when the Upper Sandusky senior was making his first state tournament appearance. The then-sophomore shot a 72 on the first day, but then put up a 79 on the second and ...

Tornadoes keep working, finding success

Columbian’s girls cross country team made it to the state meet last season, and is running just as well this year — if not better — than before. But it’s a different field this season. A Division II program a season ago, the Tornadoes were bumped to Division I this year, meaning ...

Sweet 16: Senecas snare SBC perfection

NEW RIEGEL — Emma White and Ashlyn Jones both registered double-doubles Thursday to fuel Calvert’s 25-17, 25-21, 25-19 win against New Riegel. The victory capped a 16-0 run in the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division for the Senecas. White (2 aces) provided 31 assists and 11 digs and ...

A co-champion last year, Dull returns to Columbus motivated

It is not common to use a state championship as further fuel. Usually when you reach the pinnacle of your team or individual sport, you feel satisfied and successful. Enter Lakota’s Kyleigh Dull. Dull, a junior, tied for the individual Division II state championship last season with ...

Get excited

PHOTO BY ZACH BAKER Players on the Columbian girls soccer team huddle before a game against Marion Harding Wednesday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. The Tornadoes beat the Presidents, 5-0, on what was the team’s senior day.

Dig this

Tiffin University’s Jenna Huffman (4), a McComb graduate, celebrates with her teammates after recording her 1,000th career dig in a match against Slippery Rock. The Dragons won the match 25-14, 25-14, 25-15, improving to 10-7. Huffman added a team-high 15 kills in the win, and needs just 22 ...

Thiel sets scoring mark for Rams

Jaidyn Thiel set a single-game scoring record for Upper Sandusky in Tuesday’s 8-1 thumping of Columbian. Thiel scored all eight goals for Rams, bettering by one the mark set in a 2015 game by Taylor Emerick. His effort helped Upper Sandusky (5-8-1) jump out to a 5-0 lead by ...

Clyde girls sixth at D-I district

BOWLING GREEN — Clyde’s Brooke Newsome shot a 96 at Stone Ridge Tuesday, which was Clyde’s best score in what was a sixth-place finish at the Division I district meet at Bowling Green. Newsome tied for 18th in the individual standings. The top two teams, and top two players not on ...

Briefs

GOLF: Mike Nordyke, John Englehart, Dick Hull and Herb Love beat out 15 other teams in the Bump's Traveling Group scramble at Fostoria Country Club with 14 under par on Tuesday. In second place was the team of Rob Garretson, Cash Pixley, Bill Williams and Kevin Orians at 12 under par. Love won ...

Prep football, Week 7: Dreams of flying

Mohawk at Bucyrus Records: Mohawk 3-3, 1-2 N10; Bucyrus 3-3, 2-1 N10 Last year: Mohawk, 35-0. Outlook: Bucyrus is not the same team of the last few seasons. After giving Seneca East all it could handle for about three quarters, the Redmen went on the road and beat Carey 16-9 and then ...

Bullion, Felder spark Bellevue against Fliers

BELLEVUE — Molly Bullion turned in a double-double and Kailee Felder nearly did so Tuesday to fuel Bellevue’s 25-12, 25-15, 25-13 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Clyde. Bullion tallied 27 assists, 10 digs and three aces while Felder had 10 kills and nine digs. Kami Hay ...

Bogner tallies 1,000th dig in Seneca East sweep of Fostoria

ATTICA — Lauren Bogner tallied 13 digs and seven aces Monday for Seneca East in a 25-13, 25-14, 25-18 non-league win over Fostoria. In the match, Bogner recorded her 1,000th dig. “Lauren’s work goes under the radar for us. She really is the fuel for Seneca East volleyball,” Coach ...

Buckeye Central sweeps Carey, wins 3rd N10 title in 4 years

CAREY — Buckeye Central overpowered Carey 25-13, 25-19, 25-7 Saturday to capture the outright Northern 10 Athletic Conference championship. The Bucks (16-3) improved to 14-0 in conference play, with two N10 matches to go. Seneca East entered the weekend with two N10 defeats, but lost ...

Foster, Ritchey lead Chieftains past NR for title

FOSTORIA — Jordan Foster and Carter Ritchey ran in the top 10 and three teammates turned in top-20 efforts Saturday to help Hopewell-Loudon upend New Riegel 48-58 for the Fostoria Booster Invitational Black Division title. Foster crossed the line fourth in 17:27.41 and Ritchey ran seventh ...

Ashton Bour’s 4 TDs propel Chieftains

BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon’s Ashton Bour had a game Saturday hosting Pymatuning Valley in a 37-22 non-league win. Bour, who is a first-year starter at quarterback ran for three scores and threw for another. He started the game with a 1-yard plunge into the endzone in the first quarter ...

Dragons have it all working in 55-6 rout of St. Anselm

By Josh Morgret Sports Writer jmorgret@advertiser-triune.com Tiffin could have taken a knee and been content with a three-touchdown lead at halftime. But with an offense as explosive as the Dragons’, why would you waste an opportunity? Tiffin drove 85 yards in just over a minute to ...